Winter Hours, Wait Till The Morning (1985/1986)
But their music is worth checking out. The band's music, like much of the genre, blends Byrds-like guitar jangle with Americana, quiet melodicism, and a touch of melancholy. They are distinguished by Marques' striking vocals, which seem particularly heartfelt and affecting. But ultimately it comes down to a number of really great songs, spread over one early LP and a few EPs. I managed to snag a CD copy of Wait Till The Morning back when it was in print; it combines a 1986 EP of the same name with the 1985 Churches EP. The title track is the standout, pure pop perfection, though the moody "Hyacinth Girl" and lovely "Island of Jewels" are no less memorable.
While you can't buy the album (unless you hunt down used copies somewhere) or stream it from Spotify, it's been ripped to YouTube, so you can check it out there. They went on to release one final album before breaking up, 1989's self-titled Winter Hours, which fortunately is available on Spotify; I don't think it's as strong as their earlier work, but it's nice enough and worth a listen.
Here's the "Wait Till The Morning" video: